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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The most wonderful skybars we've ever seen (Part 1)

From the inception of civilization, man has always aspired to go up near the clouds through his elevating handiworks. The modern skybars that we see towering over some of the major cities of the world are an evidence to man’s love for heights. These not only serve as stunning structures kissing the skies but also attract visitors with a sweeping view of the surrounding urban stretch. Here is a list of the top ten skybars of the world for all who have a crave for dizzying heights:

1. State Tower, Bangkok (63 floors)

Sirocco Restaurant on top of State Tower, Bangkok / Photo from williwieberg

The Dome at State Tower looks gorgeous because of its heady height and stunning color effects from where you could catch a breath-taking view of the Chao Phraya River and Bangkok. You would love to dine in the famous Sirocco restaurant situated on this tower simply because of the splendid city view coupled with the Mediterranean food it offers.

Top of Town by williwieberg.
Let’s have a drink at the Skybar. Enjoy the jaw dropping views from its location on the 63rd floor of the State Tower, Bangkok.
/ Photo from williwieberg

Sirocco Roof Bar Restaurant / Photo from UK Ryan

Photo from Rizon Parein

2. Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur (33 floors)

Petronas Twin Towers view from 33F / Photo from Tomorrow Bystander

Simply because of its location in the magnificent SkyBar of Kuala Lumpur, the Traders Hotel enjoys a magical rapport with lovers of intoxicating cosmopolitan views and chilled drinks. From this unique rooftop lounge, you can enjoy a superb view of the glowing Petronas while listening to some soothing music.

Skybar, Traders Hotel, KL / Photo from James and Esther

The Sky Bar in Kuala Lumpur with a view of Petronas / Photo from Stuck in Customs

3. Tokyo New York Bar (52 floors)

Bar from the film “Lost in Translation” / Photo from j.d.ripper

This skybar featuring in the movie ‘Lost in Translation’ is made from ebony, walnut and black leather. Here you can enjoy an assortment of live jazz music and cocktails like brandies an cognac while looking around the panoramic view of glittering Shinjuku. You can also order a range of sophisticated Japanese dishes.

Tokyo Park Hyatt - 52nd Floor Night View / Photo from jackson.chu

Tokyo Park Hyatt Hotel of Lost in Translation fame / Photo from pokpok313

4. Sydney Blu Horizon Bar (36 floors)

The view from Blu Horizon Bar / Photo from Kama82

Located in the Shangri-La hotel above The Rocks, this skybar enjoys a close proximity to the famous structures of the city like Harbor Bridge, Opera House and Circular Quay. In addition, you can get a full view of the Darling Harbor while enjoying a pampering treatment by LaClinica beauty therapists or some urban cocktail delicacy.

Blu Horizon Bar / Photo from downunderendeavours

Written by Saradia Ray & photos belonged to their owners


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